With only two more rounds of matches to play things are really tight.
At the summit of Division One, nedsc A lead Shirebrook Ex by two points,with Hustlers still in third.
Nedsc entertained mid table Grassmoor, Oliver Brown proving too hot against Hall of Famer Edwin Smith, Oliver ran out 111-7 winner.
Also winning for North East was Nigel Bond 95-64 against A Taylor.
Tim Creswell has hit a good streak of form ahead of his Division One final with a 69-23 win over D Coop, but Shirebrook I believe will not go away with out a fight.
Division One results: NEDSC A 4 Grassmoor 1; Clowne Lib A 3 Badger 2; Hustlers A 5 Clowne Lib B 0.
In Division Two Hasland hold a two point lead over second-placed nedsc G, but also have a game in hand.
Division Two: Brotherhood A 3 nedsc 2; Alfreton B 4 Staveley MW 1.
In Division Three bottom side Hasland went to second side Riverside and ran out 5-0 losers.
John Hunter hit a 51 break over A Else, reports say it was comfortable win for Riverside.
Hustlers also maintained their winning ways with a fine 4-1 verdict over third-placed New Whitt.
Division Three results: Riverside 5 Hasland 0; Birdholme 4 Alfreton C 1; Arkwright MW 1 Holmewood 4; nedsc L 1 Clowne Lib D 4; Pot Black 3 Old Whitt A 2.
In Division Four current leaders Newbold had tough game against Doe Lea A but came out 3-2 winners keeping them a point ahead of second-placed New Whitt C who lost to NEDSC E 3-2.
Division Four results: Doe Lea A 2 Newbold WMC 3; NEDSC E 3 New Whitt 2; Nedsc M 5 Brotherhood C 0 a fine win, Staveley MW 3 NEDSC J 2; Pilsley MW 1 Chesterfield MW 4 (B Taylor 42 break); Newbold CA B 3 Doe Lea B 2.
In Division Five, we can issue congratulatlions to Hustlers D who have an 11-point with two matches to go .
Well done to the youngsters, but second-placed Poolsbrook are hanging on for second slot by one point over New Tupton A.
Division five results: Hustlers D 4 Rileys C 1; Hasland B 2 NEDSC H 3; NEDSC F 4 British Rail 1; Newbold WMC B 0 New Tupton MW A 5 (this keeps pressure on in the title race); AGD Rileys 1 Poolsbrook 4.
I would like to say to the AGD lads well done but unlucky this season, they have always kept their heads and spirits up showing the true spirit of snooker.